Profile For MightyQuinn

MightyQuinn's Info

  • Location:
    Stanford , KY

  • Driving Status:
    Considering A Career

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  • Joined Us:
    5 years, 7 months ago

MightyQuinn's Bio

I’m currently a project manager at our local electric company, and before that was a bodyman/trailer mechanic/ and worked on the trucks at core trans LLC for 11 years. 4 years prior military service also.

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Posted:  5 years, 6 months ago

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Maverick CDL Sponsorship Program

I hope this worked. I tried posting a photo of where he told me about the contract....I mean “promisary note”. Potato~potäto

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Yea I hoped back on there to confirm it, it was Keller trucking that has the 6month contract. I’ll ask this week and make 100% sure it’s not a 2 year contract now.

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I wonder if they give you a choice of paying more to shorten the the 2 years?

Posted:  5 years, 6 months ago

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Some questions before starting CDL school

I second what Steve says. Company paid training is the route I would take. There are several company cdl sponsorship programs out there that will pay for your schooling or put you through there cdl schooling as long as you sign a contract to drive with them for a period of time. Some of these programs pay for your lodging while your there or have their own accommodations, feed you and pay for transportation there. Some even pay while you train to get your cdl and others pay once you’ve gotten your cdl. Look on the this website under cdl sponsorship programs they have bunches of company’s on there and details about each individual company paid sponsorship.

Posted:  5 years, 6 months ago

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Maverick CDL Sponsorship Program

I graduated ASUN CDL school 2 weeks ago.

They really do the "contract"....they take the cost of the CDL school and divide that by 12. Each month you are there 1/12th is paid back. So if you leave at 6 months you owe them half the cost of the school. That is how it is for me at least. If they have changed that I do not know any details on that.

Yes seems like I read that somewhere thanks for the info man, and hope all is well with you!

Posted:  5 years, 6 months ago

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Maverick CDL Sponsorship Program

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I just read on Jeramys diary someone said that it’s a 2 yr contract now the recruiter told them that. I was under the impression that is was a 6month contract. What did they tell you?

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Thanks everyone! MightyQuinn I was told the same thing about the waiting period. Good luck! Hope to see you in the barn in a couple months!!

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From their web site.

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Yea I hoped back on there to confirm it, it was Keller trucking that has the 6month contract. I’ll ask this week and make 100% sure it’s not a 2 year contract now.

Posted:  5 years, 6 months ago

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Cleanliness

Hello fellow mother truckers, I was just curious what you guys use to keep the floor clean in your rigs I have a 2016 freightliner cascadia. Thanks

In the shop we soaked the floor with cleaner like mean green and scrubbed it with a scrub brush then used a shop vac to suck up all the dirty water and cleaner then dryed with paper towels. Sparkling cleansmile.gif

Posted:  5 years, 6 months ago

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Maverick CDL Sponsorship Program

I just read on Jeramys diary someone said that it’s a 2 yr contract now the recruiter told them that. I was under the impression that is was a 6month contract. What did they tell you?

Thanks everyone! MightyQuinn I was told the same thing about the waiting period. Good luck! Hope to see you in the barn in a couple months!!

Posted:  5 years, 6 months ago

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Maverick CDL Sponsorship Program

Look on the training diary Jeramy H is there going through school now. He might be out with his trainer by now. I put my app in for maverick yesterday they say there’s a 1-2 month waiting period unless you get called earlier for fill-ins.

Posted:  5 years, 7 months ago

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Getting prepared

Mighty Quinn- If you want it bad enough you take the Bull by the horns and do it! Best of luck.

Thanks man will do!

Posted:  5 years, 7 months ago

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Getting prepared

I’m getting prepared to go to Mavericks sponsorship program first step I’m taking is checking my blood pressure daily, and was a little worried that it could be high cause I’m 42 and smoke since I was15. Anyways first day test was 124/70 and today is 119/69 so I’m good to go. Next ordering birth certificate grr!

Posted:  5 years, 7 months ago

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My Maverick Transportation Diary

Your doing awesome keep it up man!

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